RANGEMASTER Kitchener 90 Dual Fuel Range Cooker - Black £899.99 @ Currys
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RANGEMASTER Kitchener 90 Dual Fuel Range Cooker - Black £899.99 @ Currys

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Found 28th Dec 2017
Great price and decent reviews. £899.99 with code RANGEM plus 7% Topcashback or £50 Quidco!
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Voted hot because it's not another bottle of stupidly-priced gin or no-brand electronic tat.
Thanks for posting something worth buying.
Edited by: "Adult" 29th Dec 2017
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Great cooker. Having two fan ovens is a bonus as lots of these range cookers have one fan and one standard
I bought this from Curry’s in 2014 for £999.99 with £32 from Quidco. This is a great deal for a great cooker.
Nice price.

There is also the Cookmaster 90cm range (same spec; dual fan oven) @ £870. Comes to £683 after 10% off and £100 cashback from manufacturer. Red is £20 cheaper again but not as nice!

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml
I was tempted to buy this last year when I renovated my kitchen although decided to go for a refurbished Leisure cooker instead for half the price (£500) which was almost identical although the RangeMaster has better quality fittings on the pan support (but not so much better to justify the extra cost to me). I'd definitely recommend going to Currys to compare the two before buying.
I have had 2cof these. They are good. We bought secondhand one when we did our kitchen up in our old house. Our new house has one too but on our new cleaners first visit rubbed off all the hob location images above each knob so be careful 1st world problems I know
Voted hot because it's not another bottle of stupidly-priced gin or no-brand electronic tat.
Thanks for posting something worth buying.
Edited by: "Adult" 29th Dec 2017
Bought mine used for £400 last year, including extractor. Glad I didn’t buy it new. Tinny build (as most of these cookers are) cheap pan supports that chip, rust on the underside of the burner tops, very cheap grill pan- the chrome has rubbed off of the griddle. Blah, blah. Someone is having a laugh when they make thes
just ordered this:

smeguk.com/pro…x9/ from bentalls for £799

but tempted to cancel for this. Should I?
We bought one of these about 18 months or so ago,albeit the 100 cm one and I have to say it is horrendous. We have the stainless one and the facia gets hot, ridiculously hot but "within the tolerance" when we had them test it.
The grill is either slightly warm or on, the oven to the left has hot and cold spots (I didn't know this was possible on a fan oven!), we also had to exchange one of the top trivets as it was supplied as bent as a banana.
But apart from all the above the worst thing is when you are cooking say a roast etc if you open the door a great plume of steam hits you in the face..... you have to get used to standing back and waiting for this to clear .
If we could get a different make we would but we spent out £1400 and have to stand by it, it is the worst range cooker we have had over the years. just awful.
on a positive not the tall RHS oven is okay but the don't put a light in this one so have a torch handy if you are cooking on multiple shelves,

Oh yes forgot to say the one we have was a replacement one as the original engineer agreed with us regarding the temp of the facia but didn't test it plus we were within a couple of days of receipt, so we can say our view point is not based on 1 item!
Maybe the 90 is great tho!
RSupwood26 m ago

We bought one of these about 18 months or so ago,albeit the 100 cm one and …We bought one of these about 18 months or so ago,albeit the 100 cm one and I have to say it is horrendous. We have the stainless one and the facia gets hot, ridiculously hot but "within the tolerance" when we had them test it.The grill is either slightly warm or on, the oven to the left has hot and cold spots (I didn't know this was possible on a fan oven!), we also had to exchange one of the top trivets as it was supplied as bent as a banana. But apart from all the above the worst thing is when you are cooking say a roast etc if you open the door a great plume of steam hits you in the face..... you have to get used to standing back and waiting for this to clear .If we could get a different make we would but we spent out £1400 and have to stand by it, it is the worst range cooker we have had over the years. just awful.on a positive not the tall RHS oven is okay but the don't put a light in this one so have a torch handy if you are cooking on multiple shelves,Oh yes forgot to say the one we have was a replacement one as the original engineer agreed with us regarding the temp of the facia but didn't test it plus we were within a couple of days of receipt, so we can say our view point is not based on 1 item!Maybe the 90 is great tho!



Thanks for the reply, seriously looking into it now.
Got this from The Gas Superstore about 3 weeks before they went into administration, paid £100 more but got a free hood, got the lidded version, it’s been excellent so far and not seen any of the issues others have reported, great price
Had this in my old house loved it. Paid this price 5 years ago so probably is a decent deal given the state of the £.

Upgraded to a Professional+ 110 when I did my new kitchen
We’ve got the 110 and I have to agree with some of the comments, it feels cheap and tinny and I’ve had to replace some of the parts already and I can tell you now, we always look after our gear.
U guys manage to find any other ones for a cheaper budget around the £500 mark
hill_Billy13 m ago

U guys manage to find any other ones for a cheaper budget around the £500 …U guys manage to find any other ones for a cheaper budget around the £500 mark


Very have a dual fuel single oven at £349

very.co.uk/swa…prd

Or full electric for 419

very.co.uk/swa…prd

Depends what you are after
Amazing oven, I got the 100 professional deluxe for twice this price !
Our new Rangemaster cooker is not a patch on the Rangemasters I have had before. The metal pan holders are disgraceful they can't be cleaned properly and everytime you walk past them your clothes catch on the roughness finish. I have contacted Rangemaster and they say that there is nothing wrong with them this is the new finish but I think they're faulty and not fit for purpose. I searched online about reviews on Rangemaster and found on the trustpilot website there has been loads of problems with the company and with their items. Here is a link uk.trustpilot.com/rev….uk
Just a word of caution. Curry's don't honour cash back if you use a code. I spent £800 on a Neff, but used a discount code for half price install. They declined the cash back
Does anyone know of anything similar but with an all electric rather than gas hob? Thanks in advance
We have this. It’s never a £1500 cooker - 900 is about its price. Like a few other posters, we got this for a similar price (900) a few years ago and never had a problem with it.

The doors don’t have that lusty, heavy feel of some of the better range master models and the dials are a bit Home Bargains.

However, its cooking ability is excellent and we’ve had no issues with oven dead spots. If you have all the slats in on the side oven it’s a bit tight in there but it’s rectifiable with a bit of manoeuvring.

The overall look is spot on and everyone that comes into the kitchen comments on how nice it looks.
where can i get mine repaired from?
Where have all the gas cookers gone, all dual fuel nonsense that costs a fortune in electricity.
deathtrap30008 h, 3 m ago

Where have all the gas cookers gone, all dual fuel nonsense that costs a …Where have all the gas cookers gone, all dual fuel nonsense that costs a fortune in electricity.


Exactly. I'm looking for a full gas myself but there is hardly little or no choice!!
I've just bought a new stoves gas range from eBay after weeks of looking for a gas range .
zoeandjack154 h, 6 m ago

I've just bought a new stoves gas range from eBay after weeks of looking …I've just bought a new stoves gas range from eBay after weeks of looking for a gas range .


How much did that set you back?
We got the elite se 110 a few years ago and it's been an absolute nightmare. First of all, one of the ovens wasn't connected properly so it never heated up. It took two engineers to sort it out and one of them broke the storage drawer underneath and scratched the top with his screwdriver. If you want two good ovens buy 2 self-cleaning Siemens ovens. Also got a rangemaster tap and sink and these have been equally disappointing. Would never buy either of these again.
Only negative for me is the fact that it is gas. Not sure why we are still knocking out gas cookers. Induction hobs heat up in a fraction of the time, they can actually be cleaned properly and only use the space where the pan is detected.
deathtrap300015 h, 41 m ago

Where have all the gas cookers gone, all dual fuel nonsense that costs a …Where have all the gas cookers gone, all dual fuel nonsense that costs a fortune in electricity.


Induction hobs cost less than gas, the time it takes to get to the correct temperature cannot be compared between the two, cleaning is incredibly easy.
So if it’s cheaper, time saving and easier to clean why are people still wanting gas? It’s not the sixties
nrackham7642 m ago

Induction hobs cost less than gas, the time it takes to get to the correct …Induction hobs cost less than gas, the time it takes to get to the correct temperature cannot be compared between the two, cleaning is incredibly easy.So if it’s cheaper, time saving and easier to clean why are people still wanting gas? It’s not the sixties


Had them at work and were very poor to use in comparison to traditional gas. Despite all the claims, were slower to cook with, although definitely much easier to clean. They have now all been replaced again with gas. Just my experience
crazy_kalz9 h, 58 m ago

How much did that set you back?

32953786-s1Ffg.jpgI used the code from ebay, which gave me £75 off 😃
Highly recommended, had one of these for over 5 years with absolutely no problems. Probably jinxed it now 😁
V8blender29th Dec

just ordered this:http://www.smeguk.com/product/cc92mx9/ from bentalls for …just ordered this:http://www.smeguk.com/product/cc92mx9/ from bentalls for £799but tempted to cancel for this. Should I?


I'd stick with what you ordered. Better quality
nrackham7630th Dec

Induction hobs cost less than gas, the time it takes to get to the correct …Induction hobs cost less than gas, the time it takes to get to the correct temperature cannot be compared between the two, cleaning is incredibly easy.So if it’s cheaper, time saving and easier to clean why are people still wanting gas? It’s not the sixties


Gas is more familiar to people who've used it for a long time, and people are resistant to change.

I've never had an induction cooker and have this Rangemaster duel which I find to be excellent. I think it would be a bit of a gamble to switch to induction purely because I've never used it nor have any friends/family members who have one so have no idea if it's better (I'm sure it is since it's much newer technology). Having said that, I'm a bit fed up of having to revert to matches whenever the igniter on the gas hobs don't heat up, plus clean up is a nightmare on these gas cookers.
I bought something like this 15 years ago, maybe £800 I think?

dual ovens never get used other than as pan storage.
the pizeo ignition fails after 1 year and a day
the metallic coating on the knobs come off at year 2

I wouldn't buy one unless you seriously make meals requiring more than 4 pans.

Personally I find not having an eye level grill really annoying.

The oven temperature seems a bit high, normally I put everything on two gas marks lower, and when I can smell the food then it's done, otherwise it's burnt.


on the plus side, they intially look very nice
Edited by: "horsey" 31st Dec 2017
I've ordered one (thanks OP)... I used Quidco which said £50 Cashback, but it's only tracked at £6.25, anyone else had this?
Quidco only tracked £6.25 🤔
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